Guildford Area Programme January 2013
|Adult Education Classes
United Reformed Church Centre
83 Portsmouth Road
Guildford GU2 4BS
Art in 18th Century Britain Prasannajit de Silva
Mondays 10.30 - 12.30pm, 10 weeks from 14/1/13
This course examines the visual arts in the18th Century in the context of the social change, economic growth and global expansion that was taking place.
Practical Art Gabrielle Girardey
Tuesdays 10.30 - 12.30pm, 10 weeks from 15/1/13
Try new techniques and materials or improve those you have used before. This course is limited to 12 so that your tutor can give individual guidance and support. Suitable for complete beginners and those looking to gain more confidence.
The Stirling Prize & Iconic Architecture Worldwide Keith Hasted
Tuesdays 10.00 - 12.00pm, 10 weeks from 15/1/13
An opportunity to look at innovative modern architecture with an experienced tutor whose courses are always very popular.
French Opera Richard Lawrence
Wednesdays 2.15 – 4.15 10 weeks 16/1/13
This is an informal, friendly and welcoming class which makes full use of DVDs to explore the Golden Age of French opera.
Guildford Authors Ruth Sherrington
Thursdays 10.30 - 12.30pm, 10 weeks from 17/1/13
This is the course for those who would like to hear about the many great authors who lived & worked in Guildford. Lewis Carroll, Aldous Huxley & Kazuo Ishiguro all feature and there will be time to assess & debate other authors with connections to the town.
Culture & Society in the Depression Anne Milton-Worssell
Thursdays 2.00 - 4.00pm, 10 weeks from 17/1/13
The 1930s was a terrible time for very many people but this period saw an explosion in house building, leisure, travel and technological developments as well as a thriving literary culture. This course gives the opportunity to compare this fascinating and complex period with what is happening today.
Collect full details in Libraries, TIC, Guildford Institute or contact
Josephine McMullen – Guildford WEA Recruitment Secretary
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. (01483 836412)
Please see the poster at WEA Poster